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KEYBOARD VOLUME CONTROL

JUST INSTALLED 2 NEW DELL OPTIPLEX 740'S IN THE OFFICE. ON OUR KEYBOARDS IS A VOLUME CONTROL THEY WORKED AT FIRST AND NOW NEITHER ONE ARE WORKING... ANY IDEAS ON THE PROBLEM

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  • Anonymous Jul 14, 2008

    my dell sk8125 did the same thing. a dell driver..fixed the 'mute' but the +/- ones still dont

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Awesome rgh103, I found "IntelliType Pro 5.5 Keyboard Software" with the help of your post. Choosing "Multimedia keyboard" during install and all the extra keys on my SK-8125 work. Sweet.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=8d659a58-6510-46ac-ad2b-214daae4852a&displaylang=en

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I was using microsofts intelitype pro software

@:http://www.download.com/Microsoft-IntelliType-Pro-2000-XP-/3000-2110_4-10226336.html

for my Dell multimedia keyboard..I had to run the program at every reboot. but it worked great for 2 years..But recently I had to reinstall windows and now I cant get that or any other program to work for my keyboard volume.

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